The full Market at Alvin’s officially opened for service 6 p.m. Sunday with more space and new food options, especially for those with dietary restrictions.
Officials closed The Market at Alvin’s at 11 a.m. Oct. 16 to complete renovations for the opening of the new Market on Nov. 19.
The Market at Alvin’s will expand later this month to a full market with additional space and new food options, officials said.
Students can now apply to work at the Market at Alvin’s and will get the chance to work at a future Chick-fil-A Express.
Chartwells, the university’s food service provider, has impressed some students with its food options, but officials have yet to open the Chick-fil-A Express students were promised.
We have a long way to go until this year is up, and hopefully changes will continue to be made as far as dining at OCU goes.
Officials announced earlier this month that they will replace Alvin’s Café with a Chick-fil-A, leaving students with dietary restrictions concerned.
Students should acknowledge the work of Sodexo employees during their last few months with the university and help them through the transition.
OCU will enter enter a contract with a new food service provider on July 1.